Camila Cabello Leaves Fifth Harmony To Pursue A Solo Career

Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello has left Fifth Harmony to reportedly pursue her own solo career.

They took to their instagram to make a lengthy announcement saying, “After 4 and a half years of being together, we have been informed via her representatives that Camila has decided to leave Fifth Harmony, we wish her the best.”

The statement continued to say, “You Harmonizers have been with us since the beginning, you’ve supported us, you’ve rejoiced and cried with us, you’ve grown with us, and with your love and support will continue on. That being said we are excited to announce that we will be moving forward with the four of us – Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui for our our fans. We are strong, committed women who will continue with Fifth Harmony as our solo endeavors.”

 

 

 

 

Lupe Fiasco Says He Is Done With Music – Cancels Album

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Lupe Fiasco, who is no stranger to calling things as he sees them, has received massive backlash from his “N.E.R.D.” Freestyle, & has reportedly said he is not putting out anymore music, & has cancelled the album he has been promoting for months. DJ Booth wrote an article claiming his lyrics made him “Anti-Semitic” & though Fiasco tried defending himself in a series of tweets, as well as claiming SoundCloud took his song down due to “hate speech” it seems the reports and backlash were the last straw, with him saying “Getting beat up for telling the truth is not how I plan on spending the rest of my life.” Do you think Lupe is in the wrong, or do you think people are just becoming a little bit too sensitive in this day an age? Or could it be a totally different issue of the media blowing something way out of proportion? The discussion is open, leave your comments and thoughts.

Why Concert Prices Are Going Up

Sure, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, are great for discovering music, and admittedly phenomenal for consumption of music, but what does it mean for artists?

Did you know, streaming services pay artists less than a penny per stream?

You might be saying, “yeah, theyre still getting paid everytime a song is played, that adds up” and sure, it does, every million streams is about $7,000.

But think about the amount of album sales are lost, due to the amount of people streaming & not buying music, with the amount of album sales dropping, where do artists make their money?

This is probably why prices for concert tickets are going up, as well as prices for meet & greets.

your favorite artists, and independent artists all put thousands, to millions of dollars to make their music sound great for the consumer, and they want you all to be able to come to their shows when theyr’re on tour, but they need to make their money back.

Stream music to discover an artist, to listen to it, and find out if you like it, but once you become a fan of an artist, show your loyalty and support by purchasing the physical copy, or purchasing the digital copy online.

Trust me, your concert ticket prices will go down, and meet & greet prices will go down.

– Hip Hops Hottest

Disclaimer: All Views Expressed on HipHopsHottest.com are all opinions, not professional inputs

The Weeknd Releases “StarBoy” – Breaks Streaming Records

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The Weeknd’s 4th album “StarBoy” was released the day after Thanksgiving, and despite the albums red artwork, Black Friday is alive & well, with eerily dark, yet uplifting at the same time vibes, “StarBoy” shows Abel bringing his own style into the mainstream. with songs like “Reminder” downplaying the exes, & assisted verses from Future, and production help from Daft Punk, this album is a masterpiece. This album broke records for the most streams in the first 24 hours among all streaming services. I Highly suggest you download it to your library, with slick production, and his silky smooth, almost Michael Jackson like voice, some of the songs are bound to make it to your sexy time playlist.

Why Concert Prices Are So High

Sure, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, are great for discovering music, and admittedly phenomenal for consumption of music, but what does it mean for artists?

Did you know, streaming services pay artists less than a penny per stream?

You might be saying, “yeah, theyre still getting paid everytime a song is played, that adds up” and sure, it does, every million streams is about $7,000.

But think about the amount of album sales are lost, due to the amount of people streaming & not buying music, with the amount of album sales dropping, where do artists make their money?

This is probably why prices for concert tickets are going up, as well as prices for meet & greets.

your favorite artists, and independent artists all put thousands, to millions of dollars to make their music sound great for the consumer, and they want you all to be able to come to their shows when theyr’re on tour, but they need to make their money back.

Stream music to discover an artist, to listen to it, and find out if you like it, but once you become a fan of an artist, show your loyalty and support by purchasing the physical copy, or purchasing the digital copy online.

Trust me, your concert ticket prices will go down, and meet & greet prices will go down.

– Hip Hops Hottest